Take a tumble conjugation

English
38 examples
This verb can also mean the following: value, fall off something, fall in price, fall, down something

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
take a tumble
take a tumble
takes a tumble
take a tumble
take a tumble
take a tumble
Future Simple
will take a tumble
will take a tumble
will take a tumble
will take a tumble
will take a tumble
will take a tumble
Past Simple
took a tumble
took a tumble
took a tumble
took a tumble
took a tumble
took a tumble
Conditional Simple
would take a tumble
would take a tumble
would take a tumble
would take a tumble
would take a tumble
would take a tumble
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am taking a tumble
are taking a tumble
is taking a tumble
are taking a tumble
are taking a tumble
are taking a tumble
Future Progressive
will be taking a tumble
will be taking a tumble
will be taking a tumble
will be taking a tumble
will be taking a tumble
will be taking a tumble
Past Progressive
was taking a tumble
were taking a tumble
was taking a tumble
were taking a tumble
were taking a tumble
were taking a tumble
Conditional Progressive
would be taking a tumble
would be taking a tumble
would be taking a tumble
would be taking a tumble
would be taking a tumble
would be taking a tumble
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have taken a tumble
have taken a tumble
has taken a tumble
have taken a tumble
have taken a tumble
have taken a tumble
Future Perfect
will have taken a tumble
will have taken a tumble
will have taken a tumble
will have taken a tumble
will have taken a tumble
will have taken a tumble
Past Perfect
had taken a tumble
had taken a tumble
had taken a tumble
had taken a tumble
had taken a tumble
had taken a tumble
Conditional Perfect
would have taken a tumble
would have taken a tumble
would have taken a tumble
would have taken a tumble
would have taken a tumble
would have taken a tumble
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been taking a tumble
have been taking a tumble
has been taking a tumble
have been taking a tumble
have been taking a tumble
have been taking a tumble
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been taking a tumble
will have been taking a tumble
will have been taking a tumble
will have been taking a tumble
will have been taking a tumble
will have been taking a tumble
Past Perfect Progressive
had been taking a tumble
had been taking a tumble
had been taking a tumble
had been taking a tumble
had been taking a tumble
had been taking a tumble
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been taking a tumble
would have been taking a tumble
would have been taking a tumble
would have been taking a tumble
would have been taking a tumble
would have been taking a tumble

Examples of take a tumble

Example in English
Did the market take a tumble?
Because I've had a whisper their results are worse than forecast, which means they'll take a tumble as soon as they're announced.
Did somebody take a tumble?
Did you and Bubbles take a tumble? Me?
He's gonna take a tumble with one solitary thrust
Did the market take a tumble?
Because I've had a whisper their results are worse than forecast, which means they'll take a tumble as soon as they're announced.
Did somebody take a tumble?
Did you and Bubbles take a tumble? Me?
He's gonna take a tumble with one solitary thrust
I gather if he takes a tumble, you'll be endangering world peace.
Number 12 takes a tumble as Whipple pulls ahead.
Rupert takes a tumble.
I gather if he takes a tumble, you'll be endangering world peace.
Number 12 takes a tumble as Whipple pulls ahead.
Rupert takes a tumble.
He took a tumble down some stairs.
And when you took a tumble, I went along with it, because I didn't want to blow what I was setting up.
But any time I took a tumble, she'd be right there to pick me up, dust me off, and say, "on your feet, cabbage," and then she'd punch whoever laughed at me in the throat.
Cast member Courtney Alderman took a tumble that sources say might be fatal.
Conchita took a tumble in the yard. We think she's got concussion.
He took a tumble down some stairs.
And when you took a tumble, I went along with it, because I didn't want to blow what I was setting up.
But any time I took a tumble, she'd be right there to pick me up, dust me off, and say, "on your feet, cabbage," and then she'd punch whoever laughed at me in the throat.
Cast member Courtney Alderman took a tumble that sources say might be fatal.
Conchita took a tumble in the yard. We think she's got concussion.
An elderly's taken a tumble.
Gold reserves have taken a tumble.
Guy has taken a tumble, too.
Loddstone stock has taken a tumble. Are you to blame? - Be nice.
The fortunes of ex-children's entertainer Des Kaye have taken a tumble recently.
Hillman taking a tumble.
An elderly's taken a tumble.
Gold reserves have taken a tumble.
Guy has taken a tumble, too.
Loddstone stock has taken a tumble. Are you to blame? - Be nice.
The fortunes of ex-children's entertainer Des Kaye have taken a tumble recently.
Hillman taking a tumble.

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